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This weekend, Austin Camerata, with Artistic Director Daniel Kopp (MM ’18), presents “Fire and Fiddles” outdoors at the Neill-Cochran House Museum! This program includes works by Jessie Montgomery, the Danish String Quartet, Paul Wiancko, and Wynton Marsalis.

Four performance times are available:
Friday, May 7 at 7pm and 9pm
Saturday, May 8 at 4:30pm and 6:30pm

For ticket and more information visit austincamerata.com.

Earlier today, on Easter Sunday, Bobae Lee (DMA ’23) performed Jacques Offenbach’s Les Larmes de Jacqueline (Jacqueline’s Tears), Op. 76, No. 2, with the Hanshin Philharmonic Orchestra in Seochogu, Seoul, South Korea. What at wonderful sight to see people attending live concerts again!

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Congratulations to Deborah Seale (BM in Music Studies ’16), on the birth of her first opus, Quinn Elaine Matthews earlier this morning!

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Diana Burgess (BM ’15) is featured guest today on Johnny Goudie’s podcast how did i get here chatting aobut her new solo album, You Run, in which Diana sings and plays all the instruments: cello, tenor guitar, tenor banjo, waterphone and percussion. Listen to the entire conversation at PodBean.

Photo by Roy GrahamDiana Burgess (BM ’15) appears prominently as cellist and vocalist in Curtis McMurtry’s newest album, Toothless Messiah, out on February 5th at Amazon Music, Apple Music, Spotify Music and YouTube Music.

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Francesco Mastromatteo (DMA ’12) has been named “Fiduciario” (Associate Director) of the Residency of Rodi Garganico of Conservatorio “Umberto Giordano” in Foggia, the second largest province in Italy. Congratulations, Francesco!

For more information, visit www.conservatoriofoggia.it.

This past weekend, Austin Camerata presented its first Music Trivia Night via YouTube Premiere. Artistic Director Daniel Kopp (MM ’18), Cory Blais (MM ’19) and others performed pop, hip-hop, jazz, rock, classical, country, and broadway…

Catch Dylan Rieck’s (MM ’09) concert debut of original music for solo cello, all composed during the 2020 pandemic. This concert is made possible with the generous support of Shierry Nicholsen and Michael Schultheis. The digital concert with interactive chat premieres on YouTube on Sunday, November 22, 2020, at 4:30pm PT…

Francesco Mastromatteo (DMA ’12) World Premiere performance of Kevin Hanlon’s That’s it II for Cello Solo is now posted to YouTube…

Although Dylan Rieck’s (MM ’09) work with the Portland Opera Orchestra as its Principal Cellist has been put on hold due to the ongoing pandemic, Dylan has kept busy with the cello. He received a commission to write a new suite for solo cello, which he just finished and recorded. You can hear the Suite for Solo Cello in A Minor at Soundcloud.